JetBrains is the company that created an extended family of integrated development environments (IDE) for various programming languages and designed Kotlin, a modern programming language that became the officially preferred language for Android.
Recent news saw the company announcing the launch of TeamCity Cloud, a SaaS product for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) that allows teams to streamline their software development life cycle.
TeamCity Cloud lets DevOps teams build, test and deploy their software continuously, automating the routine developer tasks, while providing the tools to configure, monitor and optimise the release process.
This product is based on TeamCity, a mature on-premises solution for CI/CD actively developed by the company since 2006 and used by over 45,000 of teams and enterprises across the globe.
TeamCity Cloud supports all programming languages and integrates natively with all popular tools for building and testing software.
Single build pipeline
Users of TeamCity can even integrate multiple Version Control Systems (VCS) within a single build pipeline. This lets the developers of all types within the team have their DevOps pipelines under a single TeamCity instance, adding visibility to the CI/CD process within an organisation. TeamCity Cloud allows creating CI/CD pipelines both through a fully-functional web UI and in code – through Kotlin scripts – which allows quick start with the tool as well as unmatched flexibility.
“We believe that TeamCity Cloud will bring the power and the deep expertise of the on-premises TeamCity to the cloud CI/CD market, allowing the companies of all sizes to orchestrate and streamline their DevOps pipelines,” said JetBrains CEO Max Shafirov.
Following a 14-day free trial, TeamCity Cloud allows to run an unlimited number of builds concurrently and have an unlimited number of users accessing the service. The pricing is based on the number of committers – users who make more than 10 commits over a 30-day period.
During its year-long beta program TeamCity Cloud onboarded over 5000 companies, which allowed it to make sure the service runs smoothly at scale, across multiple platforms and with all the key integrations in place.